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OCT 2016

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10 • ROCK products • October 2016 I N D U S T RY N E W S IN THE KNOW U S T S U B A K I . C O M Total Package ROLLER CHAINS • ENGINEERING CLASS CHAINS • BACKSTOPS • SPROCKETS • CABLE & HOSE CARRIERS • POWER TRANSMISSION PRODUCTS WHY RISK GOING WITH ANY OTHER BRAND? Stack the deck in your favor by choosing Tsubaki chains, sprockets and backstops. U.S. Tsubaki's portfolio of Mining products will provide the reliability and durability required to keep your operation running at its best, even in the harshest conditions. U.S. Tsubaki's leading service and engineering support will design the right solutions for your application, minimizing downtime and saving you money. So be an ACE and go ALL IN with Tsubaki! DEAL YOURSELF A WINNING HAND ©2016 U.S. Tsubaki Power Transmission, LLC All Rights Reserved. FAST FACT The ride was organized by Indianapolis-based Rieth-Riely construction to raise awareness of workers in cone zones. The Irving Materials Group of Com- panies (IMI) took part in the Road Construction Awareness Ride in Indi- anapolis. The ride was organized by Irving Materials Takes Part in Road Awareness Event Indianapolis-based Rieth-Riely con- struction to raise awareness of workers in cone zones. In May, two Rieth-Riley workers were killed in a construction zone on I-69. The ride was in honor of the two workers – Coty DeMoss and Kenneth Duerson Jr. The event drew hundreds of contrac- tors and construction workers on motorcycles and in classic cars, plus many other trucks and construction zone pieces of equipment. IMI mixer driver Tony Taylor drove his Phoe- nix mixer in the event. E&B Paving pulled a flatbed with an asphalt paving machine during the ride. The Road Construction Awareness Ride started at the Harley Davision dealer- ship on the north side of Indianapolis and ended in Noblesville, Ind. "Safety is of utmost concern on any job site, but particularly on road con- struction," stated Bob Haldrup, IMI North president. "We are proud to be represented and standing with our customers in an event that raises the awareness of safety in work zones." The event raised funds which will go toward purchasing billboards, adver- tisements and providing support for those families who lost a loved one in a work-related accident.

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